Open all year round
Saint-Cyprien combines all the advantages of a natural, dynamic seaside resort with the genuine life of a Mediterranean village. This combination of a relaxed lifestyle, tradition and a cultural mix during the holiday season gives it a unique charm and allows all of the town’s residents to take advantage of a genuine economic fabric, with local shops, infrastructures and all kinds of things going on all the year round.
As a seaside town, Saint-Cyprien's large beaches and its clubs are here to cater to anyone who enjoys simply lazing around or stopping off for some tapas - a wonderful opportunity to relax with your feet in the sand. Yachting fans will enjoy wandering along the harbour. It has had the European Blue Flag since 1991, and provides access to two berthing docks and a maintenance dock.
French Catalonia offers a rich, traditional lifestyle, combining the pleasures of the mountains and the seaside
with some truly amazing local produce and a gourmet tradition of delicious food.
It also offers a whole other pace of life, far from the sometimes rather pointless hustle and bustle of the big cities
- it is all about the rhythm of the seasons, the backwash of the Mediterranean, the breeze in the olive trees…
Every village, every valley and every mountain pass has its own stories which together form a larger narrative. There is not a single road in the Pyrenees-Orientales which does not lead to history and culture - from the cloister of Elne to the Abbaye Saint Martin du Canigou, from the Castillet (the medieval gateway to Perpignan) to the Cave de Byrrh which has the largest vat in the world, from the fortress of Villefranche-de-Conflent to the Vallée des Tortues, from the Céret museum of modern art to the listed site of the Anse de Paulilles, etc.
The residence Horizon Golf offers stays in comfortable flats near the Saint-Cyprien golf course. The residence also has a brasserie, seminar rooms and many activities are available in the area.